Christmas Parade Killer Released by DA 2 Days Before Rampage

Darrell Brooks - Suspect in Christmas Parade Mass Murder

( – As if the news surrounding the mass murder of at least five innocent victims taking part in the annual Christmas Parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, couldn’t get any worse, we can now report that the suspect – Darrell E. Brooks, Jr. – was released just two days before plowing a red Ford Escape SUV through the parade.

In addition to the five confirmed deaths, at least 40 parade participants and spectators were injured.

According to the Washington Post, as repeated by The Hill publication, “Brooks was released from jail Friday on charges stemming from a previous incident. In that case, filed Nov. 5, Brooks was charged with resisting or obstructing an officer, reckless homicide, disorderly conduct, bail jumping and battery.”

Outrage is growing in Waukesha, Wisconsin – and all across the United States of America – over the news that a career thug who was already facing charges that included reckless homicide and resisting or obstructing an officer was free on bail.

According to, “Brooks is a career criminal with multiple priors arrests. He has a history of resisting arrest, obstruction, battery, statutory sexual seduction, strangulation and suffocation, property destruction, illegal firearm possession, bail jumping, domestic violence, drug-related charges and is a registered sex offender.”

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